Bulgaria's recovery plan sent to the European Commission is not final

Bulgaria's recovery plan sent to the European Commission is not final

The Recovery and Sustainability plan sent by Bulgaria to the European Commission is not final, but only updated, a European Commission spokesman told BNR's Horizon channel. Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Atanas Pekanov said earlier that the plan, which was changed by the caretaker cabinet, was already in Brussels for preliminary approval.

On July 5, Sofia district mayors and municipal councilors filed a complaint with the government from residents of Sofia's neighborhoods dissatisfied with the suspension of funds for the capital under the Recovery Plan. The Association of Industrial Capital in Bulgaria also expressed concern that the money for technological modernization, digitalization and green transition is being reduced.


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